Pilot Training

Course Description:

Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) is an air traffic surveillance technology that enables aircraft to be accurately tracked by air traffic controller and other pilots without the need for conventional radar.

Topics Covered:

  • Module Introduction
  • ADS-B System
  • The Benefits of ADS-B
  • Equipment and Operational Procedures
  • Human Factors and ADS-B
  • Module Summary
  • Assessment
Target Audience Language Duration
Pilot Training Multi-Language 60 Minutes
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